Duration: 3 Years 

Eligibility: 10+2


Mass communication is a multidisciplinary field that deals with the transmission of information, ideas, and entertainment to large audiences through various media platforms such as print, radio, television, film, and digital media. This field focuses on the study of how messages are produced, distributed, and consumed in society, and the impact that mass media has on individuals and the broader culture.

A course in mass communication typically covers a wide range of topics, including media theory, history of media, media ethics and laws, media effects, media literacy, and communication research methods. Students will also learn about various media formats, such as news, advertising, public relations, entertainment, and social media, and how they shape public opinion and influence social and political discourse.

Throughout the course, students will develop critical thinking and analytical skills to evaluate media content and understand its impact on society. They will also learn about the role of media in shaping cultural values and norms, and how it reflects and reinforces existing power structures and social hierarchies.

A Mass Communication course prepares students for careers in media-related fields such as journalism, advertising, public relations, media management, and digital media production. Graduates can also pursue further studies in areas such as media studies, communication, or journalism to advance their knowledge and career opportunities.

Career Options:

Journalist, Advertising, News Anchor, Copy Writer, Media Planner, TV Producer, Camera Person, Public Relations Officer (PRO), Copy Editor, Film-making, Radio Jockeying, Video maker, Video Editor and numerous others.